22 players flying to Dortmund

Slavia left for Dortmund to play their last Champions League Group F against BVB. 22 players are in Jindřich Trpišovský’s squad.
Slavia play their 6th Champions League group game on Tuesday, 10 December, from 9 pm at Signal Iduna Park. The red and whites remain unbeaten away in Group F (1-1 in Milan and 0-0 in Barcelona) but with only 2 points already lost their chance to qualify into the next stage. Jindřich Trpišovský’s men will thus fight for their first win in 2019/20 Champions League, BVB – on the other side – are still in the game for the spring part, level at 7 points with Inter Milan. Barcelona are clear winners of Group F with 11 points.

22 players travel with the team for Borussia away game, including B-list goalkeeper Jakub Markovič. Long-time injured defender David Hovorka and midfielder Jakub Hromada stay in Prague.

Slavia U19 play their UEFA Youth League game against BVB on Tuesday afternoon. Unlike their older colleagues, the U19 still can qualify into the next stage, they are now level on 9 points with Inter and Borussia, Barcelona is out of the game with 3 points. The red and whites will try to repeat their home win when they defeated Dortmund 1-0.


Win at Karviná in the MOL Cup round of 16

Slavia defeated Karviná thanks to goals by Olayinka and Lingr to go through to the MOL Cup quarter-finals.

Great start and a win in Zlín

Ondřej Lingr scored two goals as Slavia beat Zlín 4-0.

Matěj Jurásek scored two as Slavia beat Baník

Matěj Jurásek was the match winner against Baník scoring two goals in the second half after coming from the bench.

More articles